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Free Bowling for Kids

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For the past few summers AMF Bowling has been offering free bowling for kids to encourage business during their slow season.  The program runs until September 5 and it is not too late to sign up.   Patrons are required to pay for shoes.
Commmack Lanes at 2183 Jericho Turnpike, is taking registration for a Beginners League.  It […]

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NYSDOT Project in Melville

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The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) has been busy in Melville. The first of three projects (extending 1.74 miles along NY Route 110 between the I-495 South Service Road to Arrowwood Lane) slated for the area is complete (outlined in red in map). The present $55,700,000 project (outlined in orange) involves the reconstruction and […]

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Ice Cream Pie

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This recipe is delicious, quick and easy, and it can be ready to eat in no time. It is perfect to make for impromptu company since all the ingredients can be kept on hand. Simple, impressive and a real crowd pleaser.
One graham cracker pie crust. (chocolate or shortbread would also work)
Any ice cream flavor of […]

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ShotSpotter, Inc. and the Suffolk County Police Department have been working very hard to secure site authorizations and permissions for the buildings and poles where the sensors are to be installed. This phase of the installation is always the most time consuming and, due to the initial delay in negotiating the contract, we are somewhat […]

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The Huntingtonian

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We have incorporated many new features in this site. There is a special theme for smartphones. There is a new method of allowing the site to work with iPad devices. We are working on a connection to our Facebook page. We are working on an events calendar and would love for you to send any information […]

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Huntington, NY – The Huntington Town Board recently enacted Councilwoman Susan A. Berland’s anti-blight legislation, which established a procedure to combat the presence of blight in our community.
Councilwoman Berland’s anti-blight legislation creates a list of blight conditions with a specific point value attached to each. These conditions include, but are not limited to, past summonses […]

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North Street & McKay Road

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On August 4th, Huntington Station residents observed police activity at McKay Road and North Street.  According to police they were responding to a 911 call.  The caller stated that there was someone at 174 McKay Road threatening people with a bat.
When Police arrived they were told by an eyewitness that someone had a black object that could have possibly been […]

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There are many reasons that designating petitions or signatures are not accepted by the Board of Elections or may be ruled invalid by a court.
Some of those reasons are:

Signatories that are not registered in the party that is the same as the candidate for which they are signing a petition.
The person witnessing the signatures may not be registered […]

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Wilson Pakula?

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A “Wilson Pakula” is an authorization given by a political party to a candidate for public office in the State of New York which allows a candidate not registered with that party to run as its candidate.
Wilson Pakula Act of 1947 was authored by Assemblyman Malcolm Wilson and Senator Irwin Pakula. It forbids candidates from receiving the nomination of a political […]

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Town Beaches

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The Town of Huntington boasts some of the most beautiful North Shore beaches on Long Island.  We are interested in hearing your opinion and learning more about your favorite spots.  We would appreciate any comments you have to help our readers decide which beach they want to visit.  Please take our poll and make […]

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